TRAINING

Manual Handling Training

Manual Handling can potentially cause many back related problems due to inadequate stretching, incorrect handling procedures, previous injuries or poor health.

We are very aware that your workplace has its own unique set of characteristics and risk profile and thus requires a manual handling training program customised to meet its specific requirements. This is an overview of our Manual Handling Training so that you can get a feel for what we cover, however, we’ll use real situations, incidents and photos from your workplace to highlight key points and to drive the message home.

1-2 hr manual handling training session at your premises (we service most Australian cities across VIC, NSW, ACT, SA, QLD, WA + TAS)
Practical and hands-on
Content focused on safe manual handling and lifting
Content based on the Manual Handling Code of Practice (or relevant legislation)

Topics included in the Manual Handling Training are:

Definition of Manual Handling
Compliance with the legislation
Hazard identification and risk assessment
Safe work practices and procedures
What sort of manual handling is hazardous?
How hazardous manual handling affects the body and allied effects
Basic manual handling techniques
Use of risk controls such as mechanical aids and safe systems of work

Bob Jane T-Marts

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City of Kingston

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Aecom

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Devondale

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Coles

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CITI Power

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RMIT University

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airservices

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CFA

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Exxon Mobil

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AUS Government Department of Defence

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BORAL

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James Cook University

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We strive to provide the best solutions at the best price with the best service.
As a result, we have developed many long term relationships with our clients who range from
small businesses to government departments and multinationals.